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oprah calls an interesting interview. >> let's talk about the interview with katie couric. >> must we? okay. >> reporter: former vice presidential candidate sarah palin opens up to oprah. she spent the inteiew talking about the campaign, her personal life, and her new book going rogue. included in that book, her thoughts about the now infamous interview with katie couric. >> do you thing that was a defining moment for you? >> i did not beneather did the campaign. that is why segment two, three, four and five were scheduled. >> reporter: she said the mccain campaign praised the interview. >> it said right on good, you are showing your inned pen it is. this is what america needs to see. i am thinking the you think that was a good interview i don't know what a bad interview was. i knew it wasn't good. >> reporter: oprah asked her about her personal life including her marriage, her son trig and father of her grandchild levi johnston. >> you know that is a great question. it is lovely to think that he would ever even consider such a thing because of course you want -- he is a part of the f
cain's campaign staffers for not allowing her to speak more freely and she questions her interview with katie couric and the relationship with levy johnston. going rogue is seen at her shot of redemption from being thrust into the national spotlight in last year's presidential campaign. an expert on republican strategy joined us in the studio this morning to talk more about that. >> the discussion in the book about the staff, by kind of keeping her in the box, i think there is some truth to that. think there were some staff members that she was not well served by and they're approach because they didn't dig down and see where she was connected with voters and what she was all about. is there a potential for her in the future? i think absolutely. and i think what she's doing on this book tour is basically showing herself and we'll see how much of a makeover there is in terms of the eyes of the press. >> palin has not revealed her political plans for 2012. >>> the pilot behind the mirac on the hudson is blasting a new book about the famed flight. captain chesley sullenberger says the book overs
with some of the stuff. they spent 9 hours with katie couric doing an interview. in politics you never let any politician spend nine hours with a reporter especially when you are running for vice president of the united states, keep it scripted and narrow, make sure she stays on message. 9 hours and they pick 9 minutes or -- whatever it was, then they pick a few minutes out of that, i guarantee you that i can screw up in 30 seconds. if you spent 9 hours in front of a camera -- [overlapping speakers] >> my point is peter in some ways she is justified. >> it is politics. the answer is clearly no. >> when you have nicole wallace saying this stuff never happened, these conversations were totally untrue, she has 413 pages. i don't know if its 13 or 413 she spends doing this. it's too much. we are asked to give advice to sarah palin , i hate the gived a vase to sarah palin . this shows more about sarah palin 's inability to be a serious candidate for united states. this series of interviews based upon the book make people think oh my word, what would have happened if this woman became president
for easily and speaking about her interview with katie couric and levy johnston. >> this is sarah palin's story that she -- this is her account of it so i think it's very typical to see many different sides of the story. >> palin did not, however, reveal her political plans for 2012 nor is he talking about that. and joining us now the president of the terrance group, a national republican polling firm and republican strategist who offers some counsel for the campaign. thank you for oining us this morning. >> glad to be here. >> and let's talk about going rogue. and this came from staffers, what they called her for doing her own thing. what significance does the title have now that she embraces that? >> she brought a lot to the table. i worked at the convention and with her and in terms of the speech she gave. she connected with a large number of voters out there in a very big way. in fact, one of the things we saw in the polling coming out of the convention, it's the only time that -- that ten day period was the only time the mccain campaign was in the lead. so she did bring a lot to th
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